Reality check: More than any other school district in the metro, KCPS was never equipped to replace Zoom classes with real life instruction. Ask any local teacher and they'll report that the classes were a low-attendance free-for-all that wasn't worth anyone's time . . . Not that the return to school was much better but at least there are hot food options for students.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - The Kansas City, Missouri, Public School District set tentative plans to begin returning students to the classroom. The district announced Wednesday night during its Board of Directors meeting that a target date of Nov. 9 had been set - if not sooner.